Radicchio Cafe

Radicchio is the kind of Italian BYOB that exists on pretty much every corner in the city. But instead of paint on the walls, it has rows of wine corks that will make you wonder how much they had to drink to acquire all of the raw materials. The menu is full of classic dishes like veal milanese and gnocchi al pomodoro, though nothing is particularly memorable. It's open seven days a week for both lunch and dinner, so if you're in the area, it's a convenient choice.